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, a girl can see from brooklyn heights, what a crazy pair! ♪ cathy: oh my, patty. did you find all your files? patty: finally! who knew it would be this much work when richard and i decided to retire! cathy: well, what are you going to do first? patty: we're heading down to brooklyn heights and start in on that social security paperwork. cathy: why would you do that? patty: what do you mean? cathy: it's so much easier to log onto socialsecurity.gov and file online. patty: what if i need to know how much money i'll be getting? cathy: online. patty: what if our address changes? cathy: online. patty: what if i want medicare too? cathy: online. patty: so, how did you get so darn smart anyway? cathy: online! ♪ when cousins are two of a kind! ♪
of the new york harbor school, a public school that takes kids from rugged brooklyn and puts them on a ferry to school every day. we'll show you what they're doing right there. if you're just getting up or school or any other reason, shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly@- waytooearly@msnbc. we'll read the best responses as always later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be a cram session. a lot to tell you about today including one leading united states congressman calling stephen colbert's capitol hill testimony the other day an embarrassment. >>> plus, new york governor david paterson confronts his "saturday night live" likeness face to face in the "snl" season premiere. what critique could the real paterson have for the phony one? >>> 5:30 a.m. here in learning plaza in the heart of new york city. the white house and democratic leaders in congress are both acknowledging that a vote on the expiring bush tax cuts will likely not take place until after the midterm elections. house speaker nancy pelosi had suggested a vote could be held this week before lawmakers leave town to campaign for th
and survives. a tree falls in brooklyn and more in queens, but was it a tornado that swept through new york city? and we'll end the week by spinning a few records and watching them go down. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. we don't know if sarah palin intends to enter the presidential race. the only failed vice presidential candidate in modern times who ever went on to win the white house was franklin roosevelt. but the former governor of alaska is at the traditional starting line tonight-- iowa. and our latest cbs news/"new york times" poll, only 20% of americans overall have a favorable opinion of palin. but 50% of republicans do. and those are the votes she would need for the nomination. dean reynolds is in des moines tonight. dean, the caucuses are 17 months away, but iowa is already getting plenty of attention. >> reporter: very true, katie. there are some 50 news organizations and a thousand dinner guests here tonight in des moines, all of them drawn to this ro
. traveling in brooklyn, it is on ninth avenue. a tractor-trailer is involved along with a pedestrian. you will find police activity. highway.itchie everything looking good as far as our speed sensors. no delays around the beltway. 95, the jfx, and the harrisburg expressway look good. this is the harbor tunnel. everything running smoothly north and southbound. this is bel air road. this has just changed. we will keep you posted on any problems elsewhere. we are looking pretty good on the topside at bel air road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now back to you. >> thank you. primary day has come and gone. the votes are in for who will take a position of city-state's attorney. >> it was a close battle between patricia jessamy and gregg bernstein. in the in, bernstein came out on top. jennifer franciotti is live with more on the outcome. >> that race was so close that a lot of the results were not in until 1:45 this morning. all of the precincts have reported in. bernstein has 49% of the vote and jessamy, 47%. early on, patricia jessamy were in a good mood and celebrating the woman an
start, we get more sun and a high of 78 degrees. >> we're getting reports of an accident in brooklyn park. that will be at ritchie highway and 9th avenue. no closures at this time, but expect to see emergency crews on the scene. we're still working an accident on the interloop of the key bridge that is blocking the right lane. only able to get by to the left and causing delays. southbound lanes of delaney valley road. crews are making repairs but there is water in the roadway so keep your eye on that. she has the latest details on one of today's hottest stories. >> the numbers for the attorney's race is in, but it is too close to call. why the race could take a few days to decide. it is the closest primary race in decades. i'll have the latest on the democratic nods for the executive possession. >>> it is a quarter to 6:00. they call this a photo finish in our ongoing democracy 2010. this won't be over for awhile. the race for city state's attorney. good morning linda. >> good morning. burnstein has won, but a lot is up in the air. absentee ballots could be the deciding factor in thi
. and we've marvelled at how bowling is unlike any other activity. >> across the river in brooklyn, one of the industry's newest editions is giving something else a try. while there's plenty of food and fun at brooklyn bowl, there's also rock 'n' roll. >> we add a lane, hang out with your friends, turn around, watch a concert. >> peter shapiro and business partner charlie ryan used to own a new york club called wetlands. that experience came in handy when deciding to turn their bowling alley into a concert venue. >> we wanted live music and bowling. the idea that you could do this in one space is something no one has tried before. >> while most customers are there to bowl, integrating the music has presented a unique challenge. the trick has been to showcase acts that will attract a variety of crowds. >> something on wednesday for, you know, a hip-hop show. thursday, we'll do a jam band thing. friday, it will be more electronic or funk or soul. and you mix it up. >> that's the cumbersome part, difficult part. you have to promote every night differently because it's going to draw differe
's what i embarked upon doing. >> i grew up in brooklyn, new york. my experience was landing by birth into an urban town land. my family, my mother is first generation i'm second generation. my grand mother lived in the apartment building with us. i had aunts upstairs. another aunt lived close by. pretty much 4 days a week my great uncle would come in and visit all of these people my uncle, my grand mother and so forth, all were from a town land called outside of robin. when i was growing up i would hear the names. and they would conjure the sense of another world i was no longer a part of but was connected to. i think the -- i came to the brink of this sort of, you know, really quest gradualy by hearing the names. the other experience i had when i was growing up is music in my grand mother's house. my grand mother live on the first floor of the apartment building the door was open. everyone in the apartment building stopped there after work. they would stop for a drink and play polka, not polka, poker. and lynched to john gibbons play an accordion on his wooden leg. you had the sense
in the southbound lanes closed at this time. also in brooklyn park, richie highway, southbound, 4th avenue, right lane and shoulder are taken away because of a utility problem they're working on. from owings mills boulevard to the beltway, an additional four-minute ride. here we are, 95 at 195 looking good. southbound lanes going into howard county, further into the capital beltway, no problems. all the lanes look good from 695 up toward the tunnels. >>> more women are entering the workforce. >> yeah, but are they getting the same pay as men? what a new report says about the gender [inaudible] >>> scare for mariah carey as she tales a tumble during a performance. bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and casinos right here in maryland. that's bob ehrlich-- a 72% increase for us and $2.5 million fro
. eve a funnel cloud in brooklyn, a suspected tornado has yet to be confirmed. >>> it was a horrific scene at johnshopkins hospital as gunfire erupted. police say a man, who was being briefed on the condition of his 84-year-old mother became overwhelmed by the news and then shot her doctor. the gunman, identified as paul warren partis, barricaded himself her room for more than two hours. when officers entered, both partis and his mother were found shot to death in an apparent murder-suicide. fortunately, the wounded doctor is expected to survive. >>> a washington state woman who gained sympathy across th country after claiming a random stranger through acid on her face is now admitting her burns are self-conflicted. after confronting the 28-yearld about discrepancies in her story such as the splash patterns on her face and why she was wearing sunasses at night, police say she admitted there was no attacker. prosecutors will now have to decide whether or not to file criminal charges against the woman. >>> now here's a look at some other stories making news "early today" in america. i
island, brooklyn and queens. the person who died died when a tree fell on top of a car. several people were also injured, rooftops blown off, trees knocked over and power lines down. >>> pope benedict xvi in the uk today warning young people against the temptations of drugs, money, sex and alcohol. he also made his strongest comments yet on the church's sex abuse crisis. it's the first state visit by a pope to the uk and while tens of thousands of people greeted him today, the trip has been marred by controversy. >>> still ahead on the news edge d.c.'s outgoing mayor showing his support for the man set to take his place. >> it's good to show publicly that all that stuff is left on the campaign. >> we'll assume that means privately as well. will an adrian fenty defeat equal an exit for school chancellor michelle rhee? we'll tackle that question. >>> plus ad attack, the group slamming mcdonald's in this controversial commercial. we'll be right back. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. jwa >>> democratic party in d.c. working to soothe any hard feelings after
successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which carried their direction. in time, the south street became puerto rican, displacing the italians, who moved deeper into brooklyn. the north streets were remained polish extending into green point. his parents purchased a house cheaply and over the years created a home that was a welcome place for their children and grandchildren. this haven was of such serenity that kenny often felt the same respect and awe that he experienced when entering the fragrant solitude of the catholic church, fleeing went the irish seeking refuge from the advancing harlems, the dark skin of the people making unrecognizable the prejudices they had endured when they arrived in america. the defect of memory driving them forward to separate themselves from the shadows that follow all immigrants. fleeing went the puerto ricans, escaping the same blackness, but impeled by the fear of blood, both physical and hereditary, fearing with greater horror the pr
can see from brooklyn heights, what a crazy pair! ♪ cathy: oh my, patty. did you find all your files? patty: finally! who knew it would be this much work when richard and i decided to retire! cathy: well, what are you going to do first? patty: we're heading down to brooklyn heights and
is new. it will give you a back story. a few years ago, i had been attacked on the streets of brooklyn. i am deaf in my left ear. >> sitting on the l, i was made a wear, my voice of louder. he didn't know about the hearing loss in one here. i remained silent. i didn't turn around to expose the scar on the back of my head. so that i wouldn't have to explain the origination. instead of business cards, i should explain, it would read as follows. my name is emaniel. i became a prostitute. i found my salvation? writing. i pushlished a book. i was recently attacked on the streets where i lived. >> the surgery left me deaf. i do not have aids. men are not allowed to be a soldier. i am not asking for your money. please get home safe and keep this pen to share your story too. may be some day, i will get to hear your voice. this next poem is from my first poetry. this is for latinos in the house. can i get a woo. >> i want to break tradition about latino macheese mow. >> forget. i want to break tradition. because blood is supposed to be thicker. but you see, my friends and family, because they love
hints about the strength of holiday sales. >> reporter: in brooklyn, under the manhattan bridge, is a gift shop called stewart/stand. it's a family-owned business-- penelope runs the store, while her brother-in-law paul is in charge of the wholesale division. though it's only september, the two are already finalizing holiday hiring decisions. >> i would suggest probably gathering resumes now and seeing what sort of caliber people we can bring in. >> reporter: business was suprisingly strong in august, part of the reason the company plans to add more seasonal workers than last year. >> i think it's definitely due to the increase in tourism to this neighborhood. we are right next to the brooklyn bridge, there's a lot of different restaurants and places to go to down here. >> reporter: the picture from larger retailers is also fairly optimistic. the hay group, a consulting firm, surveyed major chains and found 83% plan to hire the same number or more seasonal workers. just 17% plan to hire fewer workers. but competition for seasonal retail positions is expected to be tougher than l
power. there were also lightning strikes over the statue of liberty and a funnel cloud in brooklyn. a suspected tornado that has yet to be confirmed. >>> it was a horrific scene at johns hopkins hospital yesterday as gunfire erupted in the renowned baltimore medical center. police say a man who was being briefed on the kchb his 84-year-old mother became overwhelmed by the news and then shot her doctor. the gunman identified as paul warren partis barricaded himself in her room for more than two hours when officers entered. both partis and his mother were found shot to death in an apparent murder-suicide. fortunately, though, the wounded doctor is expected to survive. >>> a washington state woman who gained sympathy across the country after claiming a random stranger threw acid on her face is now admitting those burns were self-inflicted. after confronting the 28-year-old about discrepancies in her stories, such as the splash patterns on her face and why she was wearing sunglasses at night, police say she admitted there was no attacker. authorities aren't speculating on what her moti
. >> reporter: this mobster turned minister has come back to brooklyn on a mission from god. to pay a jailhouse visit to his mafia boss father in an effort to save his soul from hell. and that would be no small feat. because sonny is a living legend. fbi wiretaps have captured this underboss ofbragging about the dozens of men he killed and bragging about his favorite ways to dispose of bodies. >> terrible. he wasn't indicted for that but terrible. >> reporter: so when you sit down with your dad, can you imagine him doing these things, these heinous things? the father you love? you can imagine it? >> i can, yeah. you know why i can, bill? because i was part of that life. and i understand. am i ashamed of it yeah. >> reporter: so, how are you instructed in the differences between right and wrong? what was your moral cold in your house growing up? >> believe it or not, my dad told me it's wrong to lie, cheat, steal. but he put something in my head which was the wrong thing to do at that age. i don't ever want you to be in law enforcement, because police take an oath to lock up the
path of destruction across brooklyn and queens. here's michelle miller. >> reporter: even for jaded new yorkers it was a storm that got their attention. >> look at the tree! look at the tree! >> reporter: winds at 100 miles an hour gusting through the city with tornado warnings in the middle of rush hour. >> the entire roof has been ripped off, sheared off. >> reporter: by daybreak it was clear: this was one for the record books. from roof tops blown away in staten island... >> it looked like dooms day. it was coming in black. it made it like midnight. >> reporter: to more than a thousand toppled trees in brooklyn and queens. stunned new yorkers began to clean up the damage from the storm that tore through some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the country. what did you think when you first saw it? >> i think my mind was a blank. (laughs) i really... i mean, you're not used to this kind of stuff. >> reporter: no word yet on whether these were tornadoes, but no one would be surprised, especially this year. >> we get an occasional tornado here. it averages about one every fiv
, they are -- he's going to propose, right, on the brooklyn bridge and he has the ring out and he drops it? uhhh. you'll love the end of this story, trey and kelsey wil,,,,,, in san jose has blocked the execution of convicted kil >>> it's 8:25. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm juliette goodrich. a federal judge has blocked the execution of a convicted killer saying more time is needed to review the lethal injection process used in california. if albert brown is not executed in san quentin there week it won't happen until sometime next year. >>> california won't get millions of federal dollars to help san bruno recover from this month's deadly explosion and fire. the state has received a letter from fema denying its request for aid. however, fema will reimburse the state for up to 75% of the firefighting expenses. >>> and the east bay will soon see its first wal-mart supercenter. last night the antioch city council approved a plan to expand the store on lonetree way. it will now include a bakery, produce section and also a full- service deli. >>> traffic and weather right after this. , foc
young couple here, they are -- he's going to propose, right, on the brooklyn bridge and he has the ring out and he drops it? uhhh. you'll love the end of this story, trey and kelsey will tel, [ male announcer ] are you paying more and more for cable and enjoying it less and less? stop paying for second best. upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month for a year. call now and we'll include this unbeatable bonus: over 110 premium channels including starz, showtime, hbo and more -- free for 3 months. and there's no term contract required. if you don't love fios you can cancel with no early termination fee. fios gives you the best channel lineup, superior picture quality and more hd; plus internet rated #1 in satisfaction, speed and reliability four years in a row. why keep paying for cable? get fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month -- plus over 110 premium movie channels free for 3 months. call 1.888.818.fios. that's 1.888.818.3467. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's 1.888.818.3467. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. it's ti
the wall of wind and rain rolling across brooklyn in this youtube video. tornado warnings were issued there as well as staten island and queens. one person died when the roof was ripped off a building, another killed when a tree fell on top of a car. sue palka was tracking that wild weather when it raced through new york as well as our rainy weather. >> we're kind inform between rounds. we didn't get much out of the -- of in between rounds. we didn't get much out of the batch over new york city. there have been three reports of tornadoes in west virginia and six in southeastern ohio. let's start locally because you'll see there's not much showing up around here, the tail end of thunderstorms pushing off the coast of new jersey. delmarva got hit a little harder over there but out to our north and west around cumberland and kaiser here comes another round. there are some severe thunderstorm warnings issued for that region and over to true view, show you the bigger picture as not only the strong storms were exiting the new york city area, brooklyn got hit pretty hard and in queens there'
about the 911 attacks ran with 90 pounds of gear all the way from brooklyn to manhattan to save lives. he later died in the towers. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz and this is "early today," your "early today" on this nbc station. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everyone. rainy days and monday. the rain will be with us through the drive time. we aren't seeing that we're socked in with the rain. there will be standing water on the roadway. we will call it periods of rain with high temperatures in the low 70's. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. we'll see what is on tap for the upcoming week. for now, to the news desk. >> at thank you. 65 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to 11 news today. >> maryland opens its first casino today. i have that story coming up. >> the president pushing his economic message while pushing for votes. the campaign swing kicks off today. >> sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. it is a solid start for you. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group
, the 70- rolled was one of three suspects to approach a 30-year-old as he sat in his car in brooklyn park. detectives believe hill tried to drive off and he was shot. baltimore city police have identified a man who was shot in west baltimore. they say he was shot around the clock on baker street and later died in shock trauma. no word on a suspect or possible motive. >> people in college park are on edge after a second week with a string of robberies. the victims are being attacked by group with the latest incident on saturday morning when a student was walking along hartwig road. the victim said he was approached by four individuals, tackled and robbed. >> we encourage people traveling late at night or early in the morning to try to travel in pairs to let people know where you are going. >> please have launched a campaign of the dangers between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning. a construction worker is recovering after nearly being buried alive on the job. a six-foot trench partially collapsed on a man working in district heights yesterday afternoon. co-workers managed to dig him out so that
are recovering after a pair of late night shootings. this took place last night near 10th street and brooklyn. one was shot in the stomach and the other in of the pelvis. two people are in the hospital in serious condition, expected to survive. about two hours later, police work called -- police were called to respond to a double homicide. homicide detectives are handling the case. no arrests have been made in either case. a woman remains in jail this and noon accused of beating to death her own anunt. she beat the auto theft devices known as the club to beat her want to death -- her aunt to death. >> it appears that the victim was struck repeatedly with the club device. >> police still have no motive in in the case. for the second time, the baltimore ravens assistant coach faces charges of driving under the influence. he was pulled over saturday morning around 1:00 a.m. he is charged with the seven motor vehicle violations including driving under the influence. he is expected to plead not guilty. he was acquitted last month of driving under the influence and negligent driving. meanwhile, a m
of the three suspects to a perch 30-year-old eric hill as he sat in his car in brooklyn park could detectives believe eric hill tried to drive off and that is when he was shot. marcus mcfadden is being charged as an adult with first-degree murder and armed robbery. police identified the man shot and killed in west baltimore last night. he was shot and later died at shock trauma. no word on the suspect or possible motive. students at maryland's college park campus are looking over their shoulders after a second week of a robbery spree the latest incident happened early saturday morning when a student was walking along the road and was approached by four individuals and tackled, and one of the suspects took cash from the victim's wallet. in response to the recent times, police have launched a campaign alerting the public of the dangers between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning. a 2-year-old boy is dead after an accident in a backyard pool in anne arundel county. he was found at the home at the block of tick neck road saturday morning and was bon by a family member he was rushed to the medical center
the 911 attacks ran with 90 pounds of gear all the way from brooklyn to manhattan to save lives. he later died in the towers. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz and this is "early today," your "early today" on this nbc station. >>> our time right now, 4:28. 64 degrees here in the nation's capital. you can see the rain droplets hanging around. a beautiful pictu of the capitol dome. good morning. i'm joe krebs. >> i'm eun yang. this morning marks the begning of education nation. a week long focus by nbc news on the nation's school systems. the event kicks off with a two-day summit in rockefeller center. national and local leaders will meet with parents and students to dcuss the problems facing school systems pros the country. d.c. has been at the forefront of this debate. michelle rhee has already voiced her opinion on meet the press. tracee wilkins is live with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. michelle rhee is becoming the face of urban school reform. she was featured yesterday on meet the press's panel. during the show we addressedhy she fired hundreds of teachers. moderator
, she was going in brooklyn, new york, 190034, not too many years ago. second generation american of italian descent. she began writing at age 7. she probably was ready before then, but formally at age 7 committed herself to a life of poetry. she found what she loves. she lived and wrote in manhattan for years and became very well known as a writer of the beat movement. for the past 34 years, she has lived and worked, wisely, in northern california. 68. that is about when i started life. [laughter] so, for the past 40 years, she took part in political activities with the diggers. she studied zen and tibetan buddhism, sanskrit and alchemy, raised five remarkable children. unbelievable. an author of remarkable 43 books. there on my desk, as well, including "pieces of the soul. " her language has been translated, and she received an award of lifetime achievement in 1993. congratulations. well done. in the spring of 2000, she was a master poet in residence at columbia college in chicago. in 2002, issue as one of three finalists not just for this position but the primary position in ou
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